This Week’s Headlines, November 27, 2013

November 26, 2013

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John Peters of the farm Runamuck in Woodstock, hugs one of his turkeys. Peters is in his first year of raising and selling turkeys straight to hungry consumers. Rick Russell Photo – Read the story and Watch the video… click here.

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In The Fresh: Customers Flocking Towards Free-Range, Local TurkeyRead It Now
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Town Mulls Over Pentangle’s Plan To Serve Alcohol
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Pow-wow In Pomfret: Selectboard, Auditors Discuss Disagreement In 3-Hour Meeting
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Anonymous Donor Closes Snow Dump Purchase Gap
by Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent

‘Everyone Called Him Pop’: Community Remembers Carroll Earle
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Vermonters Struggle With College Debt
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

State: Higher Spending On Tourism Promotion won’t ‘Make It Better’
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Barnard Photographer Becomes ‘Guide’ For Vermont
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent
Photo taken by Tara Wray of Barnard for, see the story inside the Standard.

Regional Planner Invite Public to Share Vision Of Resilient Communities
by Ron Miller, For Sustainable Woodstock

Killington’s Festival Of Lights Returns

Perkinsville School To Be Demolished, Brick Schoolhouse Will Become Food Shelf
by Lynne Esty, Weathersfield News

Pentangle Arts Presents ‘Irish Christmas In America’ for Wassail Weekend

Local Youth Places In National Football Competition
by Harriet Worrell, Special to the Standard

OBITUARIESall obituaries
Charles Cota
Kenneth Lasure
Theodore Munsat
William Guyer

Barnard BEE’s Thanksgiving Lunch
Ryan Blanchard – Eagle Scout
RWWFS, Thanksgiving Boxes
Authors Pamela and John Voelkel Visit WUMS
Chippers, Holiday Lights In Woodstock


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